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STEM and a Fairy Tale...With a Twist (Group 1)

Kim Stalker M.Ed. NBCT
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(43)
Do you love the classic Fairy Tales? In this STEM camp, we will read some classics and solve a problem for a fairy tale character. But wait, there is a twist at the end. Read the class description to find out what it is. #ACADEMIC

Class experience

US Grade Kindergarten - 3
Follows Teacher-Created Curriculum
Aligned with Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
This class is taught in English.
In this 4-day camp, students will learn about the engineering design process and practice their design skills. We will also discuss how stories can change from different points of view. 
I love literacy and books and I love to use it to engage students in other content areas. I have 28+ years of integrating content areas to make learning fun and engaging. 
Here is a list of possible items that learners can use to create their STEM projects for the week.  I have (*) by the ones that are most recommended. Learners are not limited to these items, so please feel free to include other materials you think might be helpful. Make substitutions of needed. 
Use the fun label I created for a STEM Bin
- boxes, bags (*1 small to medium size box for sure)
- toilet paper and/or paper towel rolls
- *tissue paper and/or regular paper
- *toothpicks and/or wooden skewers
- *marshmallows, gumdrops, and/or  clay- something to hold sticks together 
- *tape or something similar- heavy tape would be helpful for one of our creations
- *glue- sticks work well, but if your child can use a low temp glue gun, that would be great
- *construction paper and heavy paper- index cards work great
- *craft sticks big and/or small
- *rubber bands
- *coins in baggies or something that can be used as weights
- markers
- *tape measure/ruler
- pipe cleaners
- old cloth/material that can be cut up
- *yarn
- *paperclips
- *scissors
- legos 
- cotton balls or stuffing
- a couple of apples...haha.. its for a twist 

We will not use all these items each day but will be used throughout the week.  Most of them can be used for all of my  Group 2 STEM and a Fairy Tale classes and my other STEM and a Story classes. 
We will be using scissors on most days of the camp. If your child needs assistance with cutting or using scissors, you may need to be close by during class to help.  

I have also included using a low temp glue gun if the learner knows how to use it.  If they do not or you are not comfortable with them using it, stick glue and tape can be used in its place. 
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(43)
Hello everyone! Thank you so much for taking the time to get to know me.

I live in Arkansas with my husband. We have 2 wonderful children but we are empty nesters. They have grown and flown our nest.  I have been officially teaching for 28 years,... 
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for 4 classes
4x per week, 1 week
60 min

Live video meetings
Ages: 5-9
2-6 learners per class

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